Allu to display Transformer, TS blades at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020

By |  December 23, 2019
Allu TS attachments

Allu’s TS assembly allows for more versatility in fragment sizes from the same unit with single, double or triple blades. Photo courtesy of Allu

Allu will have company experts on hand at ConExpo-Con/Agg, educating visitors and customers about Allu Transformer screener crusher attachments and the company’s TS blade structure.

Allu will display at booth C20326 in Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

According to the company, both products transform unusable dirt, construction waste and green waste into valuable material.

Allu’s Transformer attachments work with excavators, skid-steers, wheel loaders and backhoes to crush, screen, pulverize, aerate, blend, mix, separate, feed and load materials all in one stage, improving efficiency and profitability. The Transformer also improves efficiency by processing dry or wet materials quickly, reducing cycle times and, in turn, increasing production.

The TS blade structures from Allu improve versatility, efficiency and productivity, according to the company, as TS drums are available in two different blade types: standard blades for screening, and axe blades for crushing or shredding.

With the TS drum, screening blades spin between screening combs with the end product size determined by the space between the combs.

Operators have increased versatility, as the TS blades feature single-blade setup, which positions two or three blades in a single position and a screening comb between each blade. The ability to double or triple the blades and combs allows up to three times more fragment size variations, ranging from 8 mm up to 105 mm.

For more ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020 coverage, check out P&Q’s Countdown to ConExpo-Con/Agg show page.

Zach Mentz

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Zach Mentz is editor in chief of Portable Plants magazine and managing editor for Pit & Quarry magazine. Zach is a graduate of the Tim Russert Department of Communications at John Carroll University. His previous experience also includes time spent in the Cleveland Indians communications department.

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